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Biodiversity Hotspots Map (no text)

Koenig, Kellee;
Open Access
  • Published: 15 Jun 2016
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
This map displays the global Biodiversity Hotspots 2016.1 dataset. The colors assigned to the hotspots are only used to distinguish adjacent hotspots and have no other meaning. The biodiversity hotspots represent terrestrial biodiversity only. The offshore lines are a cartographic device to group and highlight islands that are part of the same hotspots (e.g. Polynesia-Micronesia, Indo-Burma). The background image is from Natural Earth. This version is without labels; a version with the hotspots labelled in English is available: 10.5281/zenodo.4311850 There are currently 36 recognized biodiversity hotspots. These are Earth���s most biologically rich���yet threate...
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free text keywords: biodiversity hotspots
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Image . 2016
Provider: Datacite
Open Access
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Image . 2016
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